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command. the air bridged harbor that twin cities frame. keep ancient lands, your storied pomp cries she with silent lips. give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses learning to breathe free. the wretched refuge of your shores, send these, your homeless, tempest toss to me. i lift my lamp beside the golden door. and i love what the scholar esther shore says about this poem is that, of course, it's a poem of welcome but it's also this poem of protest, that she's really saying, you know, we're not just going to accept the ancient world and its ideals. we have a different idea in mind. so help us make sense of this poem. >> the image of includesus that artists like bartholdi had came from a lithograph, german lithograph of the 18th century of the colossus of roads, and it shows a gigantic male figure astride two slivers of land cut by a harbor. and this was the harbor at rhodes, and this 18th century lithograph was very different. archaeologists found out from the original statue the colossus of rhodes. it was a warrior image, male image, powerful giant presiding over a victorio
are dying. >> this is going to be at least a 50% loss, maybe more. >> reporter: his twin sons are facing the same losses -- a family suffering through a drought that's deepening. in the last week, the regions of the country in extreme to exceptional drought conditions has jumped from just 13.5% to more than 20%, an area slightly larger than california and new york combined. >> in the next ten days if we don't get major rain here they're bordering on disaster, complete disaster. >> reporter: but the drought's impact goes beyond the field. lisa mcdaniels worries about the mounting stress on her husband and sons. >> i know what david and i have been through but i just don't want that on them at all. >> reporter: there's also worry in town at the chevy dealership. >> truck sales are about 50% of our business and i would say right now the way things are going we're probably looking at a 20% decrease in sales. >> reporter: at a local farm supply tractor sales are anticipated to drop 30% to 40%. just ten miles up the road from here at the old town hall gift shop they're taking a hit as well. ch
almost $3,000 a year, while his twin sister will pay $1,500 a year. also, let your teen see how your premiums are affected if they are put on your policy. they should be lower. premiums are also affected by where you live, what type of car you drive, and if you've been a responsible driver. kids may actually reduce insurance rates by maintaining good grades. the other big cost is gas. it will cost almost $50 to fill that four-cylinder tank. that's $3,000 in gas per year! so, now, to own and operate that car for one year, your teen will have to spend almost $10,000, after taxes. hopefully, public transportation or their bicycle is looking better. i'm neale godfrey. >> tom: weber and grilling are nearly synonymous. the company that builds the iconic black charcoal grill is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year. grilling used to be exclusively a summer-time activity, but now, many of us grill out year-round. as diane eastabrook reports in tonight's "made in america," the trend is spreading to every corner of the globe. >> reporter: nothing says summer like chops on the grill. and n
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ways to beat the system. after we had a second child, he says, we registered them both as twi twin twins. this father says that they have children in different cities or towns and register them later or even pay up to $1,000 for an illegal broker to fabricate documents, but they live with the fear of being caught and paying big fines. how effective is the one-child policy been? well, over the past 30 years, it is estimated to have reverted 100s of millions of births. now there are always some families though who are going to be able to find a loophole or simply cough up the cash to have the precious second child. >> i'm very as you say the luckiest girl in the world. >> reporter: why? because she has a big sister. more than 20 years ago, her parents paid a big price to have two kids, not just a big fine. >> my father lose his job. >> reporter: he lost his job? >> yes. and he and my mother also lost her job. >> reporter: yes, the father says, once i had two kids, i lost my job. but i'm not scared of that. i don't care. the most important thing is to raise my kids. this is for happin
. >>> it was a sequel without equal. they are finally making part two of the cinematic classic "twins." arnold schwarzenegger confirmed the good news during comic-con saying they are looking for a writer for the film which would reunite him with danny devito. earlier the hollywood reporter said the sequel called "trip pleats" will introduce eddie murphy as the long lost third brother. and suddenly i am less excited about this. let's discuss in the -- >> lightning round. >> kurt, where were you when you first got this glorious news? i hope to god you were sitting down. >> i was asleep, actually. >> you thought it was all a dream at first? >> i don't think they should stop with eddie murphy. heather graham was in that movie. i have a feeling she is available. >> victor, you have body doubled for danny devito. are you upset you were not cast as the third triplet? >> we had a falling out during that time. it was over rhea pearlman. she had mistaken me for him in the dark. >> you had a falling in with her? >> i had a falling in, and she fell out of love. eddie murphy is exactly what is necessary. h
. from her beacon hand glows worldwide welcome, her mild eye command the harbor that twin cities frame. keep ancient lands your storied pomp cried she with silent lips. give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched ref fuse of your teaming shore. your homeless tempest toss to me. i lift my lamp beside the golden door. and i love what the scholar says about this poem of course it's a poem about welcome but it's also this poem of protest that she's really saying, you know, we're not just going to accept the ancient world and its ideals. we have a different idea in mind. so help us make sense of this poem. >> the image of the closssuss that artists like bartolli had came from a litso graph of the early 18th century of the closssuss of rhodes and it shows a gigantic male figure astride two slivers of land cut by a harbor. and this was the harbor at rhodes and this 18th century litsdzo graph was very different. archeologists found out from the original statue but it was this warrior image, a male image, powerful giant presiding over a victorious c
, montana.. and twin falls, idaho. 41 agents working at those stations will be moved closer to the u.s. southern and northern borders. a spokesman says the change was not influenced by any recent news involving immigration. closing the nine stations is expected to save 1.3 million dollars a year. egypt's parliament met today ... in a defiance of the country's military rulers. new president mohammed morsy convene parliament for the first time since egypt's highest court said the parliamentary elections were unconstitutional. after the ruling .... the military disbanded the parliament. the military has been running the country since last year ... swhen longtime president hosni mubarek was overthrown in a revolution. teenager in florida... chomping-off part of his right arm. the 11 foot gator lunged at 17 year-old kaleb langdale as he swam in a river, and took him under. the gator took-off his right arm below the elbow. wildlife officers later caught and killed the gator, and retrieved his arm. but, doctors couldn't reattach it. his friends says he's in good spirits because the gator
in less time. i love that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ >>> emergency crews found the body of a man in a massive landslide that swept away several homes in a western canadian town. crews are still looking for the bodies of three missing women. on thursday, a wall of rock, mud, and trees cascaded down the side of a mountain destroys three homes. >>> eiga lightning strike kille two men and injured another at a soccer field. they were sitting under a tree taking shelter when a thunderstorm stopped their soccer match a n. houston, texas, yesterday afternoon. the lightning hit the tree, traveled down its trunk and hit the men. witnesses say they heard what sounded like a bomb go off and saw sparks and fire go down the tree trunk. about 200 athletes were at the field at the time. >>> 4:46. this morning a close knit neighborhood is shocked when an attempted armed robbery ended with one person dead in prince george's county. police say three masked men approached a group of people standing near a parked
the story and showed a picture of him on air that we actually showed a picture of his twin brother. he's got an identical twin brother robert gansler who is a portfolio manager at t. roe price. let's show the right picture of gary gansler who is the chairman of the cftc not his twin brother robert gansler. do we have it? i hope we're going to be able to show the right picture because he was concerned about it. do we have it? there we go. so, you know, an honest mistake, guys. it is an honest mistake. >> are you sure you've got them the right way around. >> i'm sure that that is robert on the right there. >> but is that amazing? >> robert is at t.rowe, gary is at the cftc. >> what are the odds of that? >> rick probably loves that one. >> i do. i wonder if his brother would be any better at overseeing the industry. >> he said he wondered if the brother would be better at regulating. he's not a fan as you know. >> he is a portfolio manager at t. row. he is and once again there are so many more nuances to the story. the peregrine story never ceases to amaze me how the technology that they're dis
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love that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ >>> it is 4:29. 96 degrees and sunny. hello. thanks for staying with eyewitness news. i'm denise koch. and here's what people are talking about. five days after a vicious thunderstorm batters maryland, tens of thousands of people are still without power. crews are working to get everyone back online. but it is a tough process and the intense heat is not helping. first warning weather coverage continues with mike schuh, and crews hard at work in north baltimore. >> the epicenter of damage has now moved to north baltimore, just south of towson, and east over to parkville. there are over 1300 out-of- towners and up to 4,000 total working this storm. >> carol used to be one in a million. >> saturday, sunday, and monday. through friday. >> reporter: now, he's about 1 in 100,000. near the city line on his porch to keep cool, he may not have to read the news. he's part of the news. >> down the street and back, across the street. probably from that unit down to t
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close worldwide welcome. her mild eyes command the air bridge are. twin cities framed. she criesck laneds with silent lips. give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses. during to breathe free. -- your huddled masses yearning to breathe free. send these to me. i lift my lamp beside the golden door." of course it is a poem of wellcome, but also a poll of protest, that she is really saying, we're not just accepting the ancient world and its ideals. we have a different idea in mind. help us make sense of this poem. >> the image of the colossus that artists had came from a lithograph, a german lithograph of the early 18th century, and it shows a gigantic male figure astride two slivers of land cut by a harbor. this was the harbor at roads. this 18th-century lithograph was very different, archaeologists found out, from the original statute, the colossus of rhodes, but it was this warrior ramage, a male image, a powerful giant presiding of pretoria's country. i think that is we're not like the brazen giant of big fame, that is what emma lazarus had in mind. we're not doing that. >>
of exiles. from her beacon hand close worldwide welcome. her mild eyes command the air bridge are. twin cities framed. she criesck laneds th silent lips. give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses. during to breathe free. -- your huddled masses yearning to breathe free. send these to me. i lift my lamp beside the golden door." of course it is a poem of wellcome, but also a poll of protest, that she is really saying, we're not just accepting the ancient world and its ideals. we have a different idea in mind. help us make sense of this poem. >> the image of the colossus that artists had came from a lithograph, a german lithograph of the early 18th century, and it shows a gigantic male figure astride two slivers of land cut by a harbor. this was the harbor at roads. this 18th-century lithograph was very different, archaeologists found out, from the original statute, the colossus of rhodes, but it was this warrior ramage, a male image, a powerful giant presiding of pretoria's country. i think that is we're not like the brazen giant of big fame, that is what emma lazarus had in mind.
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the flat stomach. >>> j-lo rocks red in brazil. the 42-year-old mother of twins has that dancer's shape, smiling on the beach, during a getaway with her new man, casper smart. >>> miley in miami. wearing a white detailed bikini. the super slim 19-year-old looking fit for her fiance, leon himselffield, who was far away. >> heidiheidi klum. the newly single 39 mother of four still has a model shape in the twit pickshe put up. >>> and george's gorgeous pal at 32, showing off six-pack abs in a white sports bra and black yoga panltses. >>> also tonight, tom and katie speak out about their divorce negotiations. what they are saying about custody of suri and their beliefs. that and more coming up on entertainment tonight. >> that's at 7:30, here on wjz 13. >>> well, mother nature has a little fun with the grounds crew at a minor league ballpark in tennessee. watch as they try to put the tarp on the field during wild rain storms. they ended up calling it a tarp- nami. one poor guy had to run for his life, in order to escape the billowing tarp. afterwards, he said he felt like indiana jones, try
celebrating. our daughter gave birth to twins in november. we have twin grandchildren. they're eight-months old. we couldn't be happier. they got through great. they were cared for. we're es so proud of our daughtr and her husband. pregnant women in danger of gestational diabetes that could threaten their lives or the lives of the babies they're carrying, to now have preventive screening to protect them. don't come to the floor and tell me you're pro-life and profamily and oppose that because if you want a healthy mom and a healthy baby, this screening that starts tomorrow for millions of american women will be a positive step forward toward uneventful births and healthy babies. think about the care and screening for cancer and for all of the problems that women face. i see senator murrion the floor here. -- i see senator murrion the floor here. i want to yield the floor to her in a moment. i want to close by saying this. all those who were on this campaign to repeal obamacare -- that was their slur on it; we accept it -- it is health care under president obama. one of the most impor
to talk about iraq for obvious reasons but such it's the mirror twin in many ways. one of the big lessons i take away from iraq, one you have one of these days, tribes with flags, they all root for the same soccer team but that's about it, held together by an iron fist, minority regime, sunni minority regime in iraq, there's two ways to make a stable transition. one is you -- if you have a midwife and the other is if you have a mandela. you have a local leader to pull ought these forces together or you have an external power in the case of iraq the united states of america, that basically holds the country together while it goes through this transition. syria we have neither a mandell or a midwife. at least right now. it's hard to see how this ends in a stable way. >> david ignatius, t"new york times" shows the militants that were killed. what's the significance of yesterday's attack? >> right in the heart of damascus, in a neighborhood that tom and i know, where these leaders were meeting, to plot the next stage to try to destroy this opposition movement, a bomb was placed, devastating f
year's valentine." where did that come from? what's it about? >> i wrote this right after the twin towers went down. this was a poem i wrote for the next valentine's day. they could pump frenzy into air ducts and rage into reservoirs, dynamite dams and drown the cities, cry fire in theaters as the victims are burning, but i will find my way through blackened streets and kneel down at your side. they could jump a median, head-on, and obliterate the future, fit .45's to the hands of kids and skate them off to school, flip live butts into tinderbox forests and hellfire half the heavens, but in the rubble of smoking cottages i will hold you in my arms. they could send kidnappers to kindergartens and pedophiles to playgrounds, wrap themselves in old glory and gut the bill of rights, pound at the door with holy screed and put an end to reason, but i will cut through their curtains of cunning and find you somewhere in moonlight. whatever they do with their anthrax or chainsaws, however they strip-search or brainwash or blackmail, they cannot prevent me from sending you robins, all of them
can get unbelievable dust pick up in less time. i love that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ >>> from the block. yes, indeed. >> jenny from the block and j-lo, jennifer lopez is hot and about to get even hotter. >> no argument here. enrique iglesias. do you like him? >> i don't love him, but i like him. >> they are teaming up for a world tour and amy robach got a rare back stage pass. >> fresh off her announcement that she is walking away from "american idol," lopez is ready to focus on her music once again. >> you know, i haven't performed enough and that's why people don't know me as a live performer. this is my moment to really show what i can do. what i have always known i can do and surrender done. >> world tour is one of the only accomplishments she hasn't checked off her bucket list. j-lo's cotar? this video for dance again is former back up dancer, her 25-year-old boyfriend. she is surprisingly composed as he told us how he managed to land one of the most beautiful and powerful girlf
down in mexico city. >> you guys are twins. look at that double screen. you guys are twins right there. potter and barnacle. >> mark has a shirt and tie on. he's legitimate. >> much younger brother, mark potter there. >> thanks very much. although he referenced one of the huge stories of our times that goes uncovered largely in the united states of america. 55,000 casualties in that drug war. just incredible. mark, again, thanks very much. a sign of the times. how local governments are trying to make end meet with the help of corporate sponsors. keep it right here on "morning joe." down here, folks measure commitment by what's getting done. the twenty billion dollars bp committed has helped fund economic and environmental recovery. long-term, bp's made a five hundred million dollar commitment to support scientists studying the environment. and the gulf is open for business - the beaches are beautiful, the seafood is delicious. last year, many areas even reported record tourism seasons. the progress continues... but that doesn't mean our job is done. we're still committed to seeing this
willingham, the runner at first dropped to his knees, twins center fielder said that's the loudest noise i've ever heard. i thought jesus was coming. >>> during the 46 minute delay that followed, everybody is okay. >> baseball is a religious experience so -- >> it was one last night. >> especially in texas. back it our top story, president obama changing the subject of the campaign this morning to taxes. in just a few hours, he'll hold an event to announce to extend the bush era tax cuts for one year for people earning less than $250,000 a year. robert gibbs says this is a priority for the president. >> so the president is totally committed to getting rid of the tax cut for those making $250,000 or above? >> let's make progress on our spending by doing away with tax cuts for people that quite frankly don't need them. tax cuts that haven't worked and have them pay their fair share. >> that a yes or no? the president is completely committed to this, won't allow it to happen. >> 100% committed to it. >> the president's move will set up a new fight with republicans. they have a vote planned to
in the search for the twins. >>> the newest judge on "american idol" is mariah carey. we want to begin in the news with james holmes, the man accused of the movie theater massacre in colorado. he had a very bizarre court appearance. kate snow at the courthouse in centennial, colorado this morning. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you, savannah. the last time anyone outside of law enforcement saw james holmes, he was wearing black. he was wearing military gear armed to the teeth. yesterday the man in court, the man who walked in, 24 years old, looked a whole lot different. this man was very quiet as a judge read his rights. he seemed to not respond at all. >> people versus james holmes. >> reporter: with his hair dyed bright orange, 24-year-old james holmes entered court shackled for a procedural hearing sitting silently by his public defender. nbc's mike taibbi was in the courtroom. >> you could hear a pin drop. nobody was moving as james walked into court, slowly, sitting down, not engaging, looking at anybody, not reacting. >> reporter: throughout the 11-minute heari
quickly. texas rangers and twins might need this week's all star break to calm their nerves. it was lightning and thunder that created a brief moment of panic. ranger roy oswalt was getting ready to throw. several players went running. created a 45 minute delay before the rangers won 4-3. who is that guy? >> nolan ryan: >>> 6 troops killed yesterday in a roadside bombing. they were americans. the taliban claimed responsibility for the bombing. nato has given no other details. so far this year. >>> a congressional committee several u.s. generals delayed an infection where afghan soldiers were abused. the u.s. paid more than $100 million to help the afghans run the national military hospital. however, a retired air force doctor who worked at the hospital from february 2010 to february 2011 said the soldiers at the hospital suffered horrible abuse and the u.s. knew about it. >> patients were beaten. when they complained about no medicine. >> and you are not supposed to worry about that? >> that's what we were told. >> as generals in charge delayed an infection because it didn't
. >> totally. the crowd wasn't sure how to react there. >> it happen last night at the twins-tigers game. or on the fourth of july, i should say. yeah. welcome back. >> it's a tough song to sing. let's just say that. >> it is. >>> nancy reagan turns 91 today. the former first lady is taking on a familiar role this election year, as the first lady of the republican party. >> on thursday, mrs. reagan made her first public appearance since a fall left her with broken ribs in april. ♪ happy birthday to you >> reporter: it wasn't perhaps the kind of birthday greeting a 91-year-old might expect. but the reagan presidential ibrary hosting an exhibit from the walt disney archives, the worlds of politics and show business came together, much as they did in the reagan's own lives. mrs. reagan joined robert iger, chairman of the disney company, to open the exhibit. while nancy reagan rarely speaks in public these days, inside the republican party her voice can still be powerful and influential. in the 24 years since her husband left office, nancy reagan's endorsement has been sought by republican
surveys, while hsbc's pmi focuses on smaller firms. the twin readings will pressure beijing to ease policy further, they add china's domestic activity needs to strengthen to encompass foreign demand especially from europe and the u.s. >> tracey, thanks very much. we get back to george goncalves joining us there from new york. george, which, to you is pointing the direction forward here, the weaker data out of asia, the somewhat firmer tone out of europe or what happens in the u.s. with the pmi figures still to come? >> we actually have a short holiday week this week, the start of the new quarter and i think we have to look back to the last two quarters, the first quarter things come out, you know, quite nicely with all the liquidity coming into the system, markets rose, then we had the complete night and day response in the second quarter when all the european fear set in, as we start the third quarter this week is critical, even though it's a short holiday week you have the ecb's decision, the boe, a lot of data, the pmis here as well which will dovetail all the pmis were discussing about
by aa growth in latin america. we saw revenues up 15%. t-win capital was 2.8% and slightly higher and it's robust too as the loan book deteriorates. they set aside 1.4 billion euros as provisions. that's around a third of the amount that the government wants them to do for this year. that compares to around two-thirds. the asset quality stayed the same as the first quarter around 4%. interesting to continue to watch rbs thinks that actually that npl will fit along with what the investment economy is doing. that could double over the next three years. the amount of sovereign debt on the portfolio, 11% now of total assets. that means it's something we have to watch for both the sovereign and possible downgrades going guard. for now, though, ross, it's up to you. >> thanks for that, julia. deutsche banc had a 63% before the pretax profit. they warned that the euro zone crisis will continue to add confidence and earnings. the bank is still committed to the universal business model. ralph silva is with us for the first half of today's program. hi, good to see you. it's hard to wage your way f
of the alab resitythno spbi for these twin crises, the crisis of the deficit and a crisis of failed banking regulations? he asked what we ha done to protecthe single ouk hecln um hule tit stte.ns gr on the question of are the eurozone funds sufficient, i think he is right to ask that question. weonalayheve rtth t an big enough. i think he ought to give up the hokie cokie and s the aur] ll tleesm pe wiv t rebate and give nothing in return, who took us into the bailout fund even when we were not part of the road. e people whsaha ch hke tot totetes, fa hll never stand up to two big vested interests, the ade ions and brussels. lerewigrnt ri a t res urelationship with the european union, would the prime minister agree that the worst possible moment to start gotiating with 26 other at rlyoced ll? ntof would the prime minister also agreed that as the united kingdom is fully protected by the the statury reqreme for aefdu pral ansof gh tus mbe liet a negotiations we wish to beg and the treaties - had rrebin tuts imsef t zo7 t f n? >> it is worth it saying that everyone has to recognize that the s
for these twin crises, the crisis of the deficit and a crisis of failed banking regulations? he asked what we have done to protect the single market. if you look at the conclusion of the summit, he would see that it says very specifically that the single market and its integrity must be protected. on the question of are the eurozone funds sufficient, i think he is right to ask that question. we continually say at he is very important that -- it is is very important that the bazookas are big enough. i think he ought to give up the hokie cokie and stick to the rubik's cube. [laughter] i will not take lectures from people who give up the rebate and give nothing in return, who took us into the bailout fund even when we were not part of the road. these are people who said that your opinion and has not got much power, and he likes to tell us and as the about standing up to vested interests, but the fact is, he will never stand up to two big vested interests, the trade unions and brussels. >> while there is wide agreement in britain as to the need for reforms in our relationship with the european un
quick are you going to do a new "twins" cap triplets" with arnold schwarzenegger? >> yes. >> when? tell about it. >> you got two guy, arnold and i. we have the desire to do it. when what we need is the screen play. we want to do something really good. so we're going to find a gre great -- >> it can't be all bare feet. >> no, no. >> bare feet and sunglasses. >> if you missed it, you missed it, maybe we'll see you in new york. >> more to >>> back now in our "olympic kitchen." in a moment we'll do some cooking with jamie oliver. first a story about how he's doing more than just serving food in his great london restaurant. take a look. 40 years ago kevin was playing with fire. >> i was involved with gangs, fights. >> his life was heading from bad to worse. >> at the age of 18, i went into prison four times. i was just heading down the wrong path completely. >> but he was handed a life line and cooking has changed his life. for ten years, jamie oliver has offered second chances to undervalued youth. because of its success, there are now locations in cornwall, england and amsterdam. >> it's t
. it happened last night at the twins/tigers game. it happened on the fourth of july i should say. yeah. welcome back. >> it's a tough song to sing. let's just say that. >>> nancy reagan turns 91 today. the former first lady is taking on a familiar role this election year as a first lady of the republican party. >> on thursday, as john blackstone reports, she made her first public appearance since a fall left her with broken ribs in april. >>> it wasn't perhaps the kind of birthday greeting a 91-year-old might expect. but the reagan presidential library hosting an exhibit from the walt disney archives the world of politics and show business came together much as they did in the reagans own lives. she joined robert iger of the walt disney company to open the exhibit. >> while nancy reagan rarely speaks in public inside the republican party, her voice can still be powerful and influential. >> in the 24 years since her husband left office nancy reagan's endorsement has been sought by republicans. successfully by mitt romney. and a new generation has now come calli
be based strictly on objective economic contributions and guided by the twin mandates of full employment. the unintended consequences of this bill would be to open the federal reserve to political influence and that would have a negative impact on the fed's independence and its ability to produce sound economic policy. i urge a strong bipartisan no vote. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california. mr. issa: it's now my honor to yield one minute to the gentleman from texas, mr. farenthold. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas is recognized for one minute. mr. farenthold: thank you, mr. chairman. you know, the constitution grants us the power to coin money and regulate the value thereof and we've delegated this to the fed. unfortunately we've ta tied our hands behind our back with respect to seeing what they're doing and it's our duty to conduct oversight. a moment ago mr. frank said the audit was just fist pounding and chest pounding. i disagree. it's the first step, it's us doing our homework to determine what needs to be done to reform the fed. cha
." >> congratulations. it's beautiful. more than that, congratulations, he is about to be the daddy of two twin boys. >> tell us what gave you the idea to do this? >> when we came to new york in 1985 from italy, i noticed how diverse this society is as opposed to the italian one. at the same time through the years, how much we do have in common. as we traveled and i married my wife, she is african-american, i got to experience first hand how much we do share as human beings and americans. >> how long did it take you to venture all across the country? >> eventually seven years, 16,000 miles by car. >> it wasn't the pictures you took, but the stories behind the pictures, right? >> yeah. >> tell us what happened in alaska. >> tell us about new york city. that's why hoda is here. >> wait. that doesn't look like new york city to me. >> looks like alaska to me. >> what i was saying is alaska. >> alaska was the most exciting trip because of this mail round, they call it. >> a little sea plane? >> you know. >> i read the book. >> this was taken from this mail plane that delivers mail to this island. >> take
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